Courtesy: Spencer Farrin (Moscow, Idaho)
Bossio in sixth
Courtesy: Idaho Athletic Media Relations
          Release: 09/26/2011
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EAGLE, Idaho – The University of Idaho men’s golf team trimmed 10 strokes off its first-round score to pull into second place with 18 holes to play at the BSU Dash Thomas Memorial at Banbury Golf Club.

With Jarred Bossio and Justin Kadin moving into the top 10, the Vandals are at 560 for 36 holes – well back of leader San Jose State at 542 and five strokes ahead of third-place Charleston Southern at 565.

Bossio opened with a one-under 70 then came back in the afternoon with a four-under 67 for a 137 – good enough to put him in sixth and six strokes back of leader Jay Meyers of SJSU. Kadin is just one stroke back of Bossio after a 71-67–138 for a tie for seventh.

Also for the Vandals, Gordon Webb, who tied with Bossio as a tournament leader in par-3 scoring at 2-under for the par-3 holes, is tied for 17th after a 70-72–142. Alex Pounds is at 74-70–144 is tied for 26th and Stefan Richardson is tied for 42nd at 79-71–150. Mark Giorgi, playing as an individual, probably had the biggest turn-around of the tournament after trimming 16 strokes off his opening round to tie for 50th at 85-69–154.

The 10-team tournament concludes Tuesday at the par-71, 6,890 layout in Eagle.

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